Business ContinuityMay, 2020
Coronavirus has caused a rapid shift for businesses to ensure continuity when remote working, but 38 per cent of employees still have to use paper-based processes despite availability of faster software alternatives. Our Business Continuity report, published in The Times, explores what steps business leaders need to take to improve their remote compliance, without taking any shortcuts. It looks at why trust is essential to emerge from a crisis chrysalis and how businesses are adapting and implementing connectivity processes. Also, the featured infographic looks at if remote working is here to stay and how global lockdowns have reshaped the future of work.
As global lockdowns prevent people from commuting into the office, remote working has become critical to ensuring business continuity. This has inadvertently created a real-time experiment that could reshape the future of work, namely can operations continue when employees are remote and - if so - should remote working be here to stay?